Determinants of maternal care in a region of South India
A cross-sectional survey was conducted during 1993 in urban and rural areas of Karnataka State, India. The survey included 3595 currently married women aged under 35, who had at least one child under five. Nine out of ten women had at least one antenatal consultation during their most recent fertile pregnancies. Most consultations were with doctors and there was minimal use of the services provided by paramedical staff of the primary health care system. Of all respondents, 38 per cent (57%...[Show more]
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